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Subject: Baby Blue
I was lucky enough to be at this show (and many others). The Baby Blue still stands out as one of the best I ever saw. Great show! Thanks to all those that make these available to us years later.
Danny Dincher -
Subject: April 1982 was one of the best times to see the Dead.
I was still relatively new to the whole Dead scene and was very much into completely losing my mind willingly. I do thank God for the Grateful Dead. Early in April they played Philly and I highly recommend finding any recordings. Jerry and Brent jam-off of one another and I think it's beautiful.
Anyway I went to see them in Baltimore on th 19th. How do I put this.......!@#^%&*( son of a &*(#!@ has anyone seen my head!><%^&*. If you were there you would definitly understand. Get a good recording and bliss out my brothers and sisters.
Subject: A Grateful Delight
although the first nine songs are cut, this show is still worth mentioning. Note to the Notes: If you hear any crackles or pops during Shakedown Street its only Jerrys guitar smokin'. Always liked the Lost Sailor/circumstance combo. Bobby lets it loose. Nice chord interaction during NFA. Sweet encore with one of my favorite Dylan covers, Baby Blue. A solid 4.
Subject: Great SB
Not a complete show but a better version than the other Bertha source, IMHO. Good separation and clarity, no muddiness. The next two nights were excellent but this one is not too shabby either!
The songs offered here will not fit on one 80 minute CD. You'll have to grab the other source for the first set to make two CDs.
Sound is five skull material and the performance is above average for '82.